Global Hospital and Research Centre (GHRC) offers basic health care services to the weaker sections of society. GHRC focuses on community outreach programs as well as medical services through out-patient clinics and hospitalization. Medical research, vocational education in paramedical streams and the promotion of health awareness are other priorities. The GHRC trust operates and manages six health units and two educational institutes outside of Mt Abu.
Their projects include:
Services at the flagship hospital: J Watumull GHRC stands out for offering modern medicine and traditional medicine systems under one roof, with an added touch and special focus on patients’ spiritual wellbeing. It is the only hospital in the district of Sirohi to offer multidisciplinary consultation in a wide range of specialties. This hospital is based on a holistic approach of providing quality treatment to hundreds of villages in the surrounding areas and is also engaged in Research and development in new areas.
BSES MG Hospital: The hospital, constructed by Bombay Suburban Electric Supply, is managed by Brahma Kumaris. The hospital provides almost every type of service in the fields of diagnosis, investigations, treatment and rehabilitation. Other facilities include a Day Care center, Specialty Clinics, Sports Medicine center, Executive Health Checkup etc.
Outreach Programs: GHRC runs community and village outreach programs. The Village Outreach Program (VOP) is a health service provided to 21 adopted villages in and around Mt Abu. In the outreach program two mobile clinics staffed by a doctor, an assistant and a driver offer weekly doorstep health services to tribal and village people. Patients needing medication or health advice are treated on the spot. Patients requiring indoor treatment are encouraged to travel back to the base hospital with the team.
Nutritional and Sewing Program: Under the VOP a supplementary nutritional project is run in 16 primary schools in adopted villages. Students are served a milk based snack and fruit on school days throughout the academic year. Sewing classes are conducted in villages Chandela (three locations) and Oriya to help women earn income from working as seamstresses.
Juvenile Healthcare Project: Juvenile Patients Project allows children up to 16 years of age from economically underprivileged families to avail treatment for no charges.